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  • Understanding AIESEC

    1. 1. So, what is The AIESEC Way? The AIESEC Way is not only a description of the way (manner) we aim to make a positive impact on society, but also describes the way (road) we are taking to achieve what we envision.
    2. 2. What is AIESEC? “AIESEC is a global, non - political, independent, not-for- profit organization run by students and recent graduates of institutions of higher education. Its members are interested in world issues, leadership and management. AIESEC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, creed, religion, national, ethnic or social origin.”
    3. 3. What we ENVISION: Humankind’s Potential. Peace &fulfillment of
    4. 4. Our IMPACT Our international platform – ENABLES – young people to discover and develop their potential to provide LEADERSHIP for a positive impact on society.
    6. 6. Outer- journey inner- journey We do GCDP/GIP because living a powerful exchange experience develops strong leadership
    7. 7. We do TMP/TLP because creating powerful exchange experiences for others develops strong leadership
    8. 8. What do we want to drive in our ELD programmes? Performance and Scalability Relevance in society Impact on the individual Focus Behaviours Execution Quality
    9. 9. AIESEC provides its members with an integrated development experience comprised of (1) leadership opportunities, (2) International Internships and (3) participation in a global learning environment. The Way We DO it
    10. 10. Our Values Activating Leadership Enjoying Participation Striving for Excellence Demonstrating Integrity Living Diversity Acting Sustainably
    11. 11. Be part of Our Way The AIESEC Way It's not only what I do, but the way I do it. It's not only what I say, but the way I say it.
    12. 12. AIESEC towards 2015
    13. 13. Images of the future - the “effect” Roots of success - the “cause”
    14. 14. Roots of success - the “cause” Images of the future - the “effect”
    15. 15. AIESEC 2015 MoS Our growing physical and virtual reach... ...Our ability to develop responsible and entrepreneurial leadership Our collaborative environment... ...high quality experience AIESEC XP more accessible to create More Customers & Promoters Program Re-definition/design to ensure all programs are developing leadership - - Quality system in place for customer oriented delivery Strengthening the exchange program collaboration and living team XP We measure the quality and quantity of the experience we provide as an experience provider No. of ELD experiences delivered No. of ELD experiences delivered No. of ELD experiences delivered Program Quality Index
    16. 16. We translate our “why” into concrete promises for young people. AIESEC 2015 MoS
    17. 17. What is the role of the BHAG?
    18. 18. Opportunities for Young People What We Envision: Peace & Fulfillment of Human Kind’s Potential AIESEC 2015 MoS Our Impact Model BHAG Our Aspiration in the Market Engage and Develop Every Young Person in the World Develop Change Agents by providing Experiential Leadership Development Develop Change Agents by providing Experiential Leadership Development
    19. 19. Expanding AIESEC Network in India Financial Sustainability driving growth Collaborations across sectors Brand & Information Management Legalization Programme Delivery Efficiency AIESEC India 2015 Development Blocs
    20. 20. Year GIP OGX GIP ICX GCDP ICX GCDP OGX TMP TLP 2011 200 1000 2000 900 7000 2200 2012 350 1300 2600 1600 12000 3500 2013 550 1900 3500 2200 20000 6000 2014 1000 2800 5000 2900 30000 9000 2015 1300 3500 6200 3500 38000 12000 AIESEC India 2015 Goals
    21. 21. Experiential Leadership Development The Experiential Leadership Development phase allows young people to explore and develop their leadership potential through different programmes. In this phase, a young person accesses AIESEC’s value-based platform through one of its Experiential Leadership Development programmes. These programmes offer:  International cross-cultural opportunities  Access to a global network  Opportunity to make positive societal impact  Personal and Professional development These different value propositions are lived and experienced differently through the programmes, each of which offers a different kind of practical experiences. As of 2011, AIESEC offers 4 programmes: the Team Member Programme, Team Leader Programme, Global Internship Programme and Global Community Development Programme. It is not important in which order these programmes are taken. A person can take as many as they feel is important for their leadership development. The purpose of this phase is for a person to develop their competencies of Global Mind- set, Entrepreneurial Outlook, Social Responsibility, Emotional Intelligence and Proactive Learning, taking advantage of the intense experiences which AIESEC offers.